Duncan Ferguson has left his role on the Everton coaching staff to pursue a management career.
The former striker ended his playing days at Goodson Park and had been involved in various coaching roles with the Toffees since 2011. He stepped in as caretaker manager twice following the dismissals of Marco Silva and Rafa Benitez in 2019 and 2022 respectively, losing just one of his five games in charge.
With Everton now looking to push on under Frank Lampard, who took over mid-season, Ferguson has confirmed he has left his role as first-team assistant manager.
Ferguson told evertontv: “It’s…